Hungarian University of Agriculture
and Life Sciences (MATE)
Women from rural areas are often in a less favorable position than women in urban environments. They usually have a lower level of education, perform less mentally demanding jobs and have fewer options and opportunities for career advancement. Lifelong formal and informal learning and training can help them to improve their knowledge and skills and thus their personal and professional capabilities.
Investing in the education and training of rural women is an investment in the future of the entire community. Through lifelong learning and training of rural women, we can help them acquire new skills and knowledge that are necessary for employment or self-employment and an independent entrepreneurial journey. In this way, we make it possible for women from rural areas to improve their living conditions, which in turn also contributes to the development of rural areas.